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Tanzania’s RAHA Telecom Undergoes Brand Change – Now Part of Liquid

Tanzania's RAHA Liquid Telecom yesterday officially announced that it would be changing its identity and brand to Liquid Intelligent Technologies, a business of Cassava Technologies. The company will now be known Liquid Intelligent Technologies Tanzania, falling under the larger Liquid...

Liquid Oversees Appointment of New CEO at Tanzania’s Raha Limited

Liquid Intelligent Technologies (Liquid), a business of Cassava Technologies, announced today the appointment of Denny Marandure to the position of CEO for Raha Limited, Tanzania. Denny Marandure joined Liquid in 2014 as the CEO of ZOL Zimbabwe until 2019 when...

Absa, Tigo & JUMO Join Forces to Expand FinTech in Tanzania

Mobile fintech platform services provider, JUMO today announced a new partnership with Absa Bank Tanzania and Tanzanian telecom firm Tigo to increase the availability of the existing short-term credit product Tigo Nivushe in the country. The new tripartite agreement reached...

Does the Pandemic’s Impact in East Africa Demand Accelerated Digital Transformation?

The COVID-19 pandemic has had a severe socio-economic impact in East Africa. While the region has escaped the worst of the health impact - infection and mortality rates are comparatively low next to those of Europe - the impact on...

Tanzanian FinTech Launches Personal Finance App

Mipango Fintech has launched a new app that will provide free personal financial management to Tanzanians on IOS and Android mobile devices. The app - which is underpinned by AI and operates in Swahili - aims to support Tanzanians to...

Tanzanian hospital adopts voice recognition technology

The Muhimbili National Hospital (MNH) in Dar es Salaam has become the first public hospital in Tanzania to use voice recognition technology. The new technology will help doctors to encode patients' information as well as help decrease report turnaround...

Tanzania: GSMA unveils rural connectivity project

At Mobile 360 – Africa, the GSMA announced the launch of the first active infrastructure sharing initiative in East Africa between mobile network operators (MNOs) Airtel, Millicom and Vodacom. The MNOs have committed to launch six 3G pilot sites...

Vodacom Tanzania deploys PeerApp Content-Delivery Solution

PeerApp has announced the sale of its UltraBand content-caching solution to Vodacom Tanzania. Vodacom compared the PeerApp product to competing offerings and determined that UltraBand constitutes the most efficient solution for dealing with the surge in demand for content. Along with...

Tanzania: Govt. orders mobile operators to serve remote areas

Tanzania's government, according to thecitizen.co.tz, has warned mobile operators that heavy penalties will be dished out for delays in extending telecommunication services to remote areas through the Universal Communication Services Access Fund (UCSAF). The fund subsidizes telecommunication companies to...

Viettel expects to provide every Tanzanian with a Mobile Phone

Viettel has launched a new mobile and internet service in Tanzania. According to the company the service will be launched under the brand name, "Halotel." Beside 2G services, Viettel’s offerings in this market will bring competitively-priced 3G connectivity to the most...
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Plan Ahead with Bolt: Book Your Ride In Advance

Bolt has launched its 'Scheduled Rides' feature allowing users to book rides up to 72 hours in advance. This feature...
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